The NTA (National Test Agency) has released the revised NEET 2024 syllabus with minor changes in courses in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. NEET is a highly competitive exam that grants you admission to the top medical colleges across the country. In the year 2023, a record-breaking of more than 20 lakhs of candidates appeared for the exam.
NEET 2024: The National Medical Commission (NMC) has released the latest NEET 2024 syllabus for the medical students who will appear for the NEET exam in 2024.
The details of the registration, admit card, exam date, result, and others will be shared soon through the official website neet.nta.nic.in of NEET governed by NTA. However, the registration will be starting from December 2023 (tentative) and the exam will held in May 2024 (tentative).
Updated NEET Syllabus 2024
The NEET syllabus this year is expected to be close to the existing syllabus. In this blog, you will find the latest update of the syllabus and can do an informed preparation. However, the main focus can be on the fundamentals of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
Subject Wise NEET 2024 Syllabus
Physics Syllabus NEET 2024
Chemistry Syllabus NEET 2024
Biology Syllabus NEET 2024
Topics Deleted and Added from NEET 2024 Syllabus
Some topics are removed and some are added as per the latest NCERT revised syllabus. The syllabus of the NEET has remained unchanged for some time. However, the exam pattern has changed significantly in the last two years. This year the NMC has updated the syllabus keeping in view the latest curriculum of the NCERT.
Below you can find the list of the topics (tentative) that are deleted and added to the latest NEET syllabus in 2024. However, the detailed syllabus will be issued by NTA with the information bulletin in December 2023.
List of topics deleted from Physics
List of topics added in Physics
The list of the topics added to the NEET 2024 Physics is as follows:
List of topics deleted from Chemistry
List of topics added to Chemistry
List of topics deleted from Biology
List of topics added in Biology
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Frequently Asked Questions
Has NEET syllabus been reduced for 2024?
Answer: According to the most recent NTA update on the NEET 2024 syllabus, the entire syllabus has been reduced from 97 to 79 chapters.
How many chapters are there in NEET syllabus 2024?
Answer: In the latest NEET syllabus, there are several changes done in the NEET 2024 syllabus. Now there will be a total of 79 chapters in PCB.
Which chapters are removed from NEET 2024?
Answer: The National Medical Commission (NMC) has announced major changes to the graduate NEET curriculum for 2024. A total of 18 chapters have been removed from the syllabus.
Is the NEET 2024 syllabus released?
Answer: Yes, the latest NEET 2024 syllabus has been updated and released by NMC. The NTA will update the syllabus in its information bulletin which will come in December.
How many seats are there in NEET in 2024?
Answer: There will be around 1 lakh seats for the MBBS in NEET 2024, Out of which 52k will be in govt. institutes and others in private institutes. However, there will also be BDS, BAMS, BHMS, And paramedical seats available after the NEET exam.
What is the pattern of the NEET 2024 Question Paper?
Answer: The pattern of the NEET exam will remain unchanged. There will be a total of 200 questions 50 in Chemistry, 50 in Physics, and 100 in Biology. The students are required to attempt 180 questions in all.